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Chicago Manual of Style (Turabian)

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Date Added to MERLOT: January 29, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 14, 2010
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Author: Mike Palmquist Send email to Mike Palmquist 
Colorado State University
Submitter : Gretchen Whitney

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A detailed set of examples and explanatory material for the Humanities style and author-date style of the Chicago Manual of Style. Examples are generic to a medium and specific.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English Material Version: Last updated 28 August 2000
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Avatar for Elizabeth Housewright
7 years ago

Elizabeth Housewright (Administrator)

Nicely organized, with good mix of explanation and examples, plus some useful tips that would be very helpful to a student. Drop down boxes to choose specific examples were especially helpful when there were several examples, as with AV materials.

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